Q: Third row seat not going down in 2004 Ford Expedition

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The larger side of the third row seat does not go down. I also need to change out some fuses.

Hello. There are mechanical parts in the seat that are stopping the seat from going down. If the seat is controlled by electricity, then those fuses could cause this problem. A certified technician can complete a diagnosis and will be able to make recommendations about necessary repairs for this particular seat problem.

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